Soviet coins

Soviet coins


so hello people a gallon this is Glenn
back with far some Soviet coins or sub Union or is Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics whatever you want to call it they actually issued all these coins
here as you can see the signs pretty simple just as the denomination Iran a
reef of some plant this is probably week it has the day and major thing that’s
unique about Soviet coins is they issued a 15 Copic and a free Copic which the 15
Copic is actually quite unique and it was issued I up until 1991 and currently
Russia does not issue a 15 denomination you just see shoes one two and fives so
on the reverse oh this is the obverse actually saved us over your coat of arms
with the hammer and sickle on the globe to represent their aspirations to make
the world at the Soviet style no no government where all the work is that
equal and it has I think this is 15 ribbons to 14 ribbons 15 if you put the
bottom one on and this represents all the different languages there that was
spoken in all the republics of the Soviet Union but it actually did not
represent all the languages within the Soviet Union because there’s a hell of a
lot more languages that part of like Russia Neil
has a lot of languages related to finish I can a niche and he’s actually not on
any of these ribbons these coins here the brass this one’s a copper nickel
zinc as you can see they grade from smallest to hoist in a denomination I
actually don’t have a fifty copic oh well I’m gonna get it sooner or later
here’s the one ruble but this one is a 1.6 this one is 3.4 so I sort of grade
up that’s 2.5 grams but d1 kopecki is 1 gram I mean 2 is 2 grams DeFries free
grams and d5 is actually 5 grams so that’s also pretty and they can help the
weights of these smaller coins parallels each other and correlate but they did
issue some commemorative coins mainly 1 rubles so here I have a 1 ruble
so this commemorates a hundred years since a Lenin’s booth so that stall I
know a hundred there’s a Lenin’s name there have the in inner Lindner so I can
read really a little bit he’s a 1 ruble in the center’s coat of arms CCP cause
this is so yeah it’s uh should I say and here has an effigy of
Vladimir Lenin as his birthday in 1870 in the year that
is commemorated his hundredth anniversary and aside just as stars in
circles this coin is a mintage of a hundred million inside I’ll presume that
they were released in the circulation and here I have that same coin but as
you can see it’s actually looks quite different maybe this one has a bit more
zinc then you have a coin and this one has someone decided to destroy it aside
funny too sure why that one is yellow and I have another come here leaves one
ruble so just as the coat-of-arms country’s name and denomination Oh what
is this for everything Oh 20 years since the end of World War two so this will be
dated in 1965 20 I presume that’s here and on the side we
have a wonderful day and it has a date night 1965 say it should be May 1965
with Germany’s friend didn’t thankful May 19 6:45 the novel German forces
surrender than in 1945 the areas are in Austria and Czechoslovakia for to the
end so those are coins from the Soviet Union yeah the key dates to collect will
be the late 60s and early 70s is actually some rare ones day
and there’s also some some coins like mint 1890 and 67 for one ruble but have
data 1966 so so like a mule and you can get those with ever errors on them as
well so thank you very much for watching have an awesome coin collecting time

5 Comments on "Soviet coins"


  1. Wow, you have a nice collection of Soviet Rubls… (SittyMay it is me, it is my account for coin video, i wanted to send you some Russian or Soviet coins, but you have a lot… Even me, have no some of it, "5 Kopeek" for exaple… But i can send you a modern ubileum coin of Russia, not so rare, but unusual. =)) )

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  2. Y have 12 here the link https://share.icloud.com/photos/0U9ILLI9Tg7FaPkr6CXjafWSw

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